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Terrell Owens Workout Routine & Diet Plan

Terrell Eldorado Owens was born on December 7, 1973 in Alexander City, Alabama. Better known as Terrell Owens or T.O., Terrell is a famous former football player who played as a wide receiver in NFL (National Football League) for 15 seasons. Terrell holds many NFL records to his credit and comes under many all- time top five categories including touchdowns and yards. He was drafted by San Francisco 49ers in the 1996 NFL drafts. He retired from football in 2012.

Terrell Owens Body

Known for his flamboyant touchdowns and controversial actions on and off the field Terrell is equally famous for his six pack abs athletic body. He is a fitness fanatic and has only about 4-5% fat in his body. Let’s have a look at the Terrell Owens workout routine and diet plan.

Terrell Owens Physical Stats

Terrell Owens Height: 6’ 3”

Terrell Owens Weight: 225 lbs

 

Terrell Owens Diet Plan

He follows a five meal diet plan that focuses on eating small meals every 2-3 hours. Terrell Owens daily diet comprises of-

  • His first meal of the day is breakfast which includes 6 scrambled eggs with two whole-wheat toast slices.
  • For mid morning snack he has a handful of almonds with banana and a glass of meal replacement drink
  • For lunch he has chicken breasts, baked potato with veggies
  • His evening snack is same as morning snack
  • Hid dinner consists of brown rice, lean steak with lots of green veggies
  • Before hitting the bed he has some eggs or protein shake or cottage cheese.
  • He strictly avoids carbs after 6.00 pm.

Terrell Owens Workout Routine

Terrell Owens Body

Terrell trains for 3 times a week and follows a healthy diet. Below is the off season workout routine of Terrell Owens-

Monday: Back and Abs

20 minutes cycling on stationary bike for warm up

4 sets of seated dip machine of 8-12 reps

4 sets of cable press downs using a bar or rope of 12 reps

4 sets of hammer strength chest presses of 7-11 reps

4 sets of hammer strength lateral pull-downs of 13 reps decreasing it to 8 reps in last set

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4 sets of hanging leg raises of 20 reps

4 sets of decline sit-ups of 20 reps

4 sets of one arm dumbbell rows of 7-11 reps

4 sets of low back extensions of 10 reps

Tuesday: Biceps, Chest and Abs

20 minutes cycling on stationary bike for warm up

4 sets of incline dumbbell presses of 8-11 reps

4 sets of flat bench dumbbell presses of 8-11 reps

4 sets of standing straight bar curls of 8 reps

4 sets of hammer curls of 8 reps

4 sets of seated dumbbell curls of 10 reps

4 sets of decline oblique crunches of 13 reps decreasing it to 8 reps in last set

4 sets of lying alternating leg raises of 40 seconds each

Wednesday

Rest

Thursday: Shoulders and Abs

20 minutes cycling on stationary bike for warm up

4 sets of angled lateral pull-downs of 10 reps

4 sets of seated shoulder presses of 7 reps

4 sets of leg presses of 10-12 reps

4 sets of hack squat machine of 8-12 reps

4 sets of decline sit-ups of 20 reps decreasing it to 17 reps in last set

4 sets of hanging leg raises of 20 reps

4 sets of seated lateral raises of 8-9 reps

Thursday: hamstrings, Calves and Abs

20 minutes cycling on stationary bike for warm up

4 sets of dumbbell stiff-legged deadlifts of 12 reps

4 sets of decline oblique crunches of 12 reps decreasing it to 8 reps in last set

4 sets of standing leg curls of 8-12 reps

4 sets of lying leg curls of 8-12 reps

4 sets of lying alternating leg raises of 40 seconds each

4 sets of seated calf raises of 12 reps

4 sets of standing calf raises of 12 reps

Saturday and Sunday

Rest

Terrell Owens Workout Tips

Terrell Owens Workout Bands

  • Give proper time to recovery
  • Eat a protein rich diet
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